The Division of the Colorado Real Estate protects the consumer through licensing, regulating and enforcement of licensed and real estate professionals in Colorado. The mission of Colorado Real Estate Commission is to create a balance between the consumer protection and the business needs of a licensed professional. They have strived to accomplish the balance by streamlining the regulatory requirements for the licensee and providing.
The Real Estate Commission has a five-member commission who meets twice a month to conduct rule-making hearings, make policy decisions, consider licensing matters, review complaints, take disciplinary actions against real estate brokers. Among the five members of the Commission, three of them are real estate brokers, one is an expert in the area of subdivisions and the other one is a member of the public.
The Colorado Real Estate is assisted by the Board and Commissions that has provided the overview of numerous industries and professions.
Executive Director’s Office: It is combined with the administrative, operational, and performance functions of the Department of Regulatory Agency divisions, thus the office manages special projects and has the initiative to work on the preservation of the integrity of the marketplace and promote a fair and competitive business environment in Colorado.
Division of Banking by the Department of Regulatory Agency protects the public interest and preserves the public trust in the Colorado banking industry by regulating the business of state-chartered commercial banks and trusted companies, state-licensed money transmitters and the enforcement of the Public Deposit Protection Act.
Colorado Civil Rights Division: It is charged with the enforcement of the State’s discrimination laws in the areas of employment, housing, and public accommodations. Through investigation, education, mediation, and enforcement it eliminates and prevents the discrimination.
Division of Financial Services: Protects the consumer by regulating and supervising a state-chartered Credit Unions and Savings and Loan Associations, administering and enforcing the Savings and Loan Public Deposit Protection Act, and financial activities of life care institutions.
Division of Insurance: Regulates the insurance industry, helps consumers that are seeking for answers, investigate the complaints, and helps them understand the importance of their insurance.
Division of Professions and Occupations: has provided consumer protection through the regulation of licensees within more than 50 professions, occupations, and entities in the State of Colorado.
Division of Real Estate: Protects the consumer through licensing, regulation and enforcement of licensed real estate professionals in Colorado. It tries to balance the consumer protection and to be a licensed professional.
Division of Securities: To protect investors and maintain the confidence in the security market, while licensing security professionals. enforcing security law violation.
Colorado Office of Policy, Research, and Regulatory Reform: Reviews the proposed regulatory programs to determine if it is needed, reviews the existing programs and functions of government to ensure if it is necessary, fair, efficient and effective. This reform regulates a wide variation of professions, occupations and businesses to support a fair marketplace and to protect the consumers.
Public Utilities Commission: This division has the full or partial regulation power and authority.